If you want to spend a great golfing vacation this spring season, stay at Branson Golf Front Condos at Thousand Hills Golf Resort. The golf resort has an area of 4 acres overlooking greens and fairways of the 18-hole golf course in Branson. Staying at Branson Golf Front Condos will give you a luxurious and comfortable way of home living that’s hard to find in Branson. The condos of the Thousand Hills Golf Resort feature a bathroom for every bedroom, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, and a patio or balcony.
The Branson Golf Front Condos comprise ten four-story buildings. Each building has 8 condo units that add up to the golf front real estate project of Thousand Hills Golf Resort. The resort also offers first class amenities, indoor and outdoor facilities that include 7 pools, fitness center, tennis court, elevator access, and free parking. Enjoy the great location of the condos in front of a golf course and the beautiful sunsets.
The good weather, central location, and affordability of playing golf year-round at Thousand Hills Resort offer residents and tourists alike a unique opportunity to enjoy the exciting game, while partaking the panoramic view of the Ozark Mountains. The golf course that was designed by Robert E. Cupp features large Crenshaw bent grass greens, beautifully manicured fairways and tees that cater to senior golfers, as well as ladies and casual golfers.
This golf course which is conveniently located near the 76 strip features first class amenities and outstanding comforts that make the Thousand Hills the best golf course in Branson. The Thousand Hills golf course is a Golf Digest award winner and assures every golfer that the course is truly the most challenging of all Branson golf courses. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Ozarks, this Branson golf course is graced with comforts and first-class golf facilities.
Thousand Hills golf course in Branson Missouri is far known as the most popular golf resort in Branson for many good reasons. The 18-hole golf course was voted as the Best of the Ozarks for two years in a row by the Springfield News-Leader’s readers. Golf Digest magazine also rated the golf course 4-stars in 2009. Thousand Hills Resort’s 18-hole golf course has also gained popular support from golfers because of its ability to cater different skill levels of golfers. The three separate sets of tees ensure golfers from novice to professional that the golf course remains challenging and fair for all golfers without age discrimination.
The best location of the Thousand Hills Golf Resort is another good benefit in playing the 18-hole golf masterpiece. Your golf journey in Branson takes you through beautiful wooded forests, unique rock formations, and over the streams of the Ozarks that you would never think that you are within the 76 strip and Branson’s world-famous entertainment district.
If you want to stay at one of the Golf Front Condos this spring season, come to Branson and experience a great golfing vacation at Thousand Hills Golf Resort.
But Why Golf in Branson?
It is no secret that there are an awful lot of great things to do in Branson. There are shows to see, attractions to visit, roller coasters to ride, food to eat, stores to shop, fish to catch, trails to hike and so much more. Branson is a sought after hotspot for many different activities – including golfing! Did you know that Branson is one of the Midwest’s top golfing destinations? Featuring some award winning golf courses and some top notch tournaments, Branson is where you will want to play your next round! Read on for a handy guide to the Branson golf courses around town.
Thousand Hills Hotel and Golf Resort: The stunning 18 hole golf course, rated 4 stars by Golf Digest and voted Best of the Ozarks for Branson Golf Courses by the Springfield News-Leader, at Thousand Hills is a favorite for playing Branson golf. Open to both the public and resort guests, the Thousand Hills golf course welcomes all golfers, regardless of your level of expertise. Thousand Hills prides themselves on catering everyone from the novice to the professional with their three separate sets of tees. This beautiful golf course will take you past rushing streams, through hardwood forests, and past amazing rock outcroppings and formations that the Ozarks are famous for, all while being within walking distance of Highway 76 and the heart of Branson! You won’t want to miss a chance to play a round of Branson golf on this award winning course.
Branson Hills Golf Club (formerly Payne Stewart Golf Club): This great Branson golf course was designed by Chuck Smith with design consultant and PGA Professional, Bobby Clampett. This 18 hole course takes you through the beautiful wilderness of the Ozarks, and has incorporated much of the natural terrain into the challenging aspects of the course.
Pointe Royale Golfing Village: This recently renovated Branson golf course, set near Lake Taneycomo, makes for a beautiful place to play a round of golf. This course features a practice putting green, a Pro shop, a scenic nature trail for walking, and views of native wildlife and natural beauty on the green. The Pointe Royale course is another great example of course designers making great use of the natural challenges that are built into the Ozarks terrain!
Top of the Rock: Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve –“A Vision Worth the Wait”- is not just a place to dine, explore nature, and check out a natural history museum, it’s also a great place to golf! This world class golf course was seven years in the making with the help of several golfing pros including Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. This course covers 47 acres, with much of it being allowed to maintain its natural state. This is made apparent in the rushing waterfalls, streams and hollows along the course. A stellar practice facility and putting complex are also available to the golfers here. This Branson golf course is where the PGA Bass Pro Legends Tournament is held annually.
This is just a handful of the great Branson golf courses available to those who make this area their go to golfing destination. Grab your clubs and make plans to tee off at these and other great courses around town!